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    This question came up a couple of times from users so I figured I'll document how to achieve a layout that shows a list of items and allows you to pick an item from this list to show the details of this item on the same page.

    list with details image

    The default layout that ABCS creates is a list on one page with the ability to select an item and go see the details or edit that record on another page.

    To combine the two into a single page, start from the edit or the details page that ABCS created.

    On this page you then add the table or list for the same object, and set the link on a field to do the edit or details - this basically means that you'll do a navigation to the same page.

    If you now run the page you'll be able click items in the table and see their details on the same page.

    Here is a quick demo of how it is done:

    Note that if you want this to be the default view that people see when navigating to your app - just update the navigation menu of your application to reflect this. 


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    What will you get when you download the most recent Oracle Database PSU or BP from October 2016? MOS Note: 1683799.1 - 12.1.0.2 Patch Set - Availability and Known Issues is not entirely clear. Therefore lets shed some light ... The Matrix This matrix in MOS Note: 1683799.1 tells you about the availability of... [Read More]

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    Jdeveloper logoWhen you create extensions to Oracle E-Business Suite OA Framework pages, you must use the version of Oracle JDeveloper shipped by the Oracle E-Business Suite product team. 

    The version of Oracle JDeveloper is specific to the Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Technology patch level, so there is a new version of Oracle JDeveloper with each new release of the Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Technology patchset.

    The Oracle Applications (OA) Extensions for JDeveloper 10g are now available for E-Business Suite Release 12.2.6.  For details, see:

    The same Note also lists the latest OA Extension updates for EBS 11i, 12.0, 12.1, and 12.2.

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    Integration is the term we employ for ‘what ties systems together into end-to-end interaction flows’. Integration describes what we have to do to make applications in one domain talk to those in another, or systems in one enterprise talk to those in another. And to systems running in one cloud interact with those running in another cloud or those running on premises. Integration is ideally approached based on standard based service interfaces and encapsulated implementations. With generic integration facilities handling most of the protocol, format, and technology specific details, and translating interactions as much as possible to standard SOAP and REST exchanges. And with that generic platform handling monitoring, security, system errors and state when asynchronous exchanges are required.

    The Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS from now on) provides the cloud based integration platform that can run and manage these integration flows. ICS exposes a browser based user interface through which the integration is first designed, then activated and managed. ICS provides adapters to easily interact with a number of popular SaaS applications (Salesforce, Oracle HCM Cloud, Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle SalesCloud, Service Cloud | Right Now, Eloqua, CPQ, Gmail & Google Task, Evernote, …) and Platform Services and technologies (Oracle Database, Oracle Messaging Cloud Service, FTP, SOAP and REST services) as well as a collection of Social Networks (Twitter, Linked In, Facebook). With ICS it is straightforward to connect to any of these as a target and expose an tailor made, easy to use interface to ICS consumers. Some of these can also be a source for interactions: events in SaaS applications  – such as creation or update of a business object – can trigger ICS to perform an integration flow – pushing data derived from the event to some target.

    In this article I will introduce some of the core terminology for ICS and demonstrate my first steps. I will create a SOAP service that exposes a simple operation to convert distances in meters to their equivalent in yards. This service is the based on an existing conversion service offered by a third party. ICS is used to virtualize this service and map to and from between the business friendly interface that I have devised and the pre-existing service interface.

    Overview

    You will see how I have to first create two connections. Connection is the ICS term for an external link – either outbound from ICS to target systems  (comparable to business services in Service Bus or a Reference in SCA composites) or inbound into ICS (from external consumers), similar to Proxy Service in Service Bus and Service in SCA composites. One connection is outbound, to the third party service that does distance conversions. The other connection is inbound – it describes the SOAP interface that I want to expose from ICS to my consumers. Read the complete article here.

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    The popular Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration course is now available in the Training-on-Demand format. With the Training-on-Demand format, you can watch recorded classroom delivery by an expert instructor, following lectures at your own pace by accessing streaming video from your desktop or tablet. You can fast-forward, pause, rewind and search the material.

    With this course you get great hands-on experience. You can book access to a dedicated course environment when suits your schedule.

    For more information about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/linux.


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    Be the first one to pass the new Sales and PreSales assessments! Oracle Primavera Cloud Service 2017 Sales Specialist and Oracle Primavera Cloud Service 2017 PreSales Specialist guided learning paths offer a comprehensive overview of the Oracle Primavera applications and their unique capabilities that no other vendor can provide today.

    Learn what the market opportunity is now, which customers are seeking such solutions, the needs it addresses and who to target to close an opportunity fast.

    Whether you are Value Selling across industry or focused on a specific use case in O&G, our solutions all deliver certain fundamental capabilities. Our products deliver within the frame of reference of what our Customers value.

    Understanding these values helps you have a sensible conversation with any person, in any company, in any industry - and to ask them questions that will allow you to root out opportunity.

    All partners are encouraged to review this training. Especially those interested in selling the best solutions available in the EPPM space.


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    Are you wanting to get certified in Java SE 8 but you are having difficulty finding the time to prepare? Certification Exam Prep Seminars will save you time by giving you a structured study plan: you can review exam topics, identify and close knowledge gaps and build confidence before you take the exam. These seminars are delivered by streaming video and can be accessed for repeated review during 6-months for maximum flexibility.

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     You can purchase these Exam Prep Seminars online. For more information and assistance simply contact your local Oracle University Service Desk.

     Remember:  Your Oracle PartnerNetwork discount is applied to the standard prices shown on the Oracle University web pages.


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    This webcast will provide an overview of Oracle’s new Identity Cloud Service - its comprehensive Identity and Access management platform for the cloud.

    Learn about the current features and capabilities of IDCS, as well as use cases to position IDCS with your customers.

    Presenter: Subbu Iyer is Sr. Director, Product Management for Identity Access Management & Security at Oracle. He is currently responsible for Oracle’s Identity and Security product portfolio.

    Join us on October 26th, 2016, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PT -Register Now!


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    Are you interested in learning more about Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud?  A good place to start is with my colleague Nadia Bendjedou's recently published white paper:

    The white paper provides you insight into Oracle's Cloud strategy and how this may fit into your company's cloud roadmap.  It is a must-read if you are interested in understanding current options for deploying Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Cloud. It provides a consolidated place for you to review many of the topics that we have recently covered on this blog.

    The following is a list of topics in the white paper. For related blog articles, follow the links provided:

    • Oracle’s Cloud Strategy: Value Proposition for Oracle E-Business Suite Customers 
      • Infrastructure as a Service Overview
      • Platform as a Service Overview
      • Oracle Cloud Machine (OCM) Overview
      • Oracle Managed Cloud Services Overview
    • Why Run Oracle E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud?
      • Support Growth
      • Enable Business Agility
      • Lower Costs and Lower Risk

    References 

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    Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service (ABCS for short) enables you (and your business users) to create rich web and mobile apps in a quick visual way from a browser with no-coding required (but coding is possible).

    The UI that ABCS creates is based on Oracle JET, which many of our customers love because its responsiveness and lightness.

    Some Oracle ADF customers have been on the hunt for a new client-side UI solution for their apps, and Oracle JET is certainly a technology that will work for those use cases.

    A nice feature for Oracle ADF customers is that their data-access and business-service layer is built in a reusable way that is decoupled from the UI. And now, with the ability to expose ADF Business Components as REST service, they can use any modern UI framework to develop the UI including Oracle JET. There are already many blog entries with code samples on how to write JET apps that connect to ADF Business Components

    But what if we could give you the simplicity of ABCS for the UI creation, the power of JET for the UI experience, and the ability to leverage your existing investment in Oracle ADF all without writing a single line of code manually?

    Well, in the demo below I'll show you how you can reuse the logic you have in Oracle ADF Business Component and build a JET based UI on top of them in a declarative way with Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service.

    Basically you get the best of each tool - and you don't need to write a single line of code !

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    In the 9 minutes demo I'll show you how to:

    • Create an ADF Business Components layer on top of Oracle Database in the Cloud - (0:00)
    • Expose the ADF Business Components as REST service - (1:45)
    • Deploy the REST service to Java Cloud Service (JCS) - (2:19)
    • Create an Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service application - (6:00)
    • Add an ADF BC REST Service as a data source to the app - (6:30)
    • Create the user interface to your application - (7:20)

    (Times are indicated in case you want to skip sections you are already familiar with) 


    If you are interested in a bit of a background on why this is so simple, the answer is that ABCS was built to enable easy integration with Oracle SaaS leveraging the REST services they expose. To quickly build the full app with all the defaulting you are seeing in there (full CRUD with a simple drag and drop) ABCS needs to know some basic information about the data that it needs to render (primary key, data types, etc). Since Oracle SaaS is built on Oracle ADF, we built into ABCS the capability to analyze the describe that ADF BC REST services provide. This makes it dead simple to consume ADF REST service in ABCS, whether these services come from Oracle's apps - or your own ADF apps :-) 

    As you can see there is a great synergy between Oracle ADF, Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service and Oracle JET. 

    Want to try it on your own? Get a trial of Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service here


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    Today, during our Data Integration webcast, Benjamin Perez-Goytia from our Oracle A-Team illustrated this exciting integration: Database Cloud Service (DBCS), Big Data Preparation (BDPCS), and Business Intelligence Cloud Service (BICS) with Oracle Data Integrator (ODI).You can view the recording here.

    Here are some of the steps, details, and highlights he went through during the demonstration:

                ·Uploading data from an on-premise Oracle database into DBCS using ODI.  Datapump was used in conjunction with secured copy (SCP).  The Datapump Knowledge Module (KM) had been modified to perform a secured copy command to move the on-prem datapump files into DBCS.

                ·Once data was loaded into DBCS (with datapump), ODI populated a small star schema with dimensions and fact tables (on DBCS).  This was be done with the ODI agent on JCS.

                ·The fact table was then populated with Oracle Partition Exchange.

                ·An aggregate file from the fact table was written on disk (on JCS).  ODI performed this operation with the agent on JCS.

                ·ODI then sent the file into Storage CS using CLI.  The Storage CS instance was the one used by BDP as a source.

                ·On BDP, a transform script was created to clean the file, and publish it into BICS.  A BDP policy was executed on BDP to publish the data into BICS.

                ·On BICS, a Visual Analyzer dashboard was been created and shown to view the data.

                ·In addition, the BICS dashboard was refreshed to demonstrate how data changes each time a new partition is loaded into the fact table.

    It was fun – and really interesting!Did you miss it?  View the webcast here.

    To view more of the recordings we have done, please go to our webcast archive page.Lastly, for more of the A-Team blogs, visit here.

    Thanks again Benjamin!


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    In this article, I will show a little bit more of ICS – the Integration Cloud Service. In a previous article, I have introduced some concepts – such as Connection, Integration, Business Identifier. I have shown how to create an integration connecting two connections – an inbound and an outbound one (both of type SOAP).

    In picture, that looks like this:

    In this article, I will create a new connection (REST API style) and create an integration to expose this connection, leveraging the same outbound connection:

    After creating the integration, I will activate it and invoke the new REST API from a web browser and from SOAP UI.

    The steps are:

    • Create REST Connection
    • Create and activate the Integration (with the mappings for request and response and the business identifiers for tracking)
    • Invoke the REST API
    Configure REST Connection

    Go to the ICS Home Page and navigate to the Connections page.

    Create a New Connection. Read the complete article here.

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    Here's an overview of CSS tools in NetBeans that I've found to be quite useful. Below, in the first example, the value of "class" is set to "foo", which does not exist in any of the available CSS stylesheets. NetBeans offers to create the rule in a stylesheet of my choosing and to import that stylesheet into my HTML file:

    Below, the value of "id" is "foo", which doesn't exist in any of the stylesheets. NetBeans suggests to create it for you and import the related stylesheet:

    In this case, no stylesheets exist and NetBeans offers to create a new stylesheet in which it will write the currently undefined rule:

    Below, you can see I am using code completion and am shown all the available rules for the "class" attribute, from all the stylesheets, regardless of whether those stylesheets have been imported:

    In the scenario below, I hold down the Ctrl key and click on "foo", i.e., the value of "class", because I want to jump to the definition of "foo" in the stylesheet in which it is defined. However, NetBeans tells me that there are two different "foo" rules available. One of those is from a stylesheet that has been imported and the other is from an unrelated stylesheet, i.e., one that has not yet been imported:

    And here I have imported the previously unrelated stylesheet so that now NetBeans shows me both stylesheets where "foo" is defined and lets me choose which one should be opened.

    Pretty handy!

    Earlier articles on this theme:


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    Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 is now covered by Premier Support to September 30, 2023. This is documented here:

    Oracle Lifetime Support table for EBS

    Premier Support includes new EBS 12.2 patches for:

    • Individual product families (e.g. Oracle Financials)
    • Quarterly security updates released via the Critical Patch Update process
    • New technology stack certifications with server-based components
    • New certifications for end-user desktops and mobile devices

    What are the minimum patching baselines for EBS 12.2?

    The minimum patching baselines for EBS 12.2 have not changed.  New EBS 12.2 patches are created and tested against the minimum patching baseline documented in Section 4.1, "E-Business Suite 12.2 Minimum Prerequisites" in this document:

    All EBS 12.2 customers must apply the minimum patch prerequisites to be eligible for Premier Support. Those patches include the suite-wide EBS 12.2.3 Release Update Pack and a small number of technology stack infrastructure updates.

    Instead of applying the minimum baseline

    Many new updates have been released since that patching baseline was originally published.  These new patches contain stability, performance, and security-related updates and are strongly recommended for all customers. 

    If you haven't applied any of those updates yet, the simplest solution would be to apply the latest suite-wide EBS 12.2.6 Release Update Pack (RUP).  That way, you get all of the 12.2 minimum patching requirements and the latest updates simultaneously.

    If you've reached this blog article via a search engine, it is possible that a new Release Update Pack has been released since this article was first published.  Click on the "Certifications" link in the sidebar for a pointer to the latest EBS 12.2 RUP.

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    Yesterday I received an interesting customer question: "Do we have to gather fixed objects stats inside a PDB as well or only in the CDB$ROOT?" The customer told me he couldn't find anything in the documentation. Neither could I. And I did check also the usual suspects this morning "Best Practices... [Read More]

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    The Oracle Integration Cloud Service – ICS – comes loaded with a rich collection of Cloud Adapters. These adapters facilitate the integration with SaaS applications and internet services of various natures. These include Oracle SaaS applications (such as RightNow, Eloqua, ECommerce Cloud, ERP Cloud, HCM Cloud), on premises ERP applications (SAP, EBusiness Suite, Siebel) and assorted third party applications such as SalesForce, Facebook, Google Mail and Task, LinkedIn and Evernote. Through these adapters, interacting with said applications and services becomes a simple, declarative operation instead of a custom programming effort.

    In this article, I will use the Twitter Adapter to create a connection to a Twitter Account (leveraging the Twitter API under the covers). The Twitter Adapters exposes over a dozen operations. I will use just the operation to publish a message (aka Tweet) in this example. From ICS, I will expose an integration through a simple REST connection. This allows trusted consumers to publish Tweets in a very easy way – leaving the authorization details and the API intricacies to ICS.

    The steps I went through:

    • Grant access to [ICS Connection] app in the Twitter developer page and generate API Key and Consumer Key
    • Create a new ICS Connection based on Twitter Adapter; set up the API Key and Consumer Key
    • Create an ICS REST Connection (to expose)
    • Create an integration – between REST Connection as inbound (source) to Twitter Connection (as outbound destination); configure the endpoint (inbound) and operation (inbound and outbound)
    • Create the mappings for request and response
    • Define the tracking – business identifiers
    • Activate the integration
    • Test the exposed REST connection from any REST client, for example SoapUI, to Tweet a message through a simple REST POST call

    Most of these steps are explained by the screenshots you will find below. Read the complete article here.

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    The purpose of this blog is to provide simple steps to move Oracle Integration Cloud Service (ICS) integrations between different ICS environments. Oracle ICS provides export and import utilities to achieve integration promotion.

    A typical use-case is to promote tested integrations from Test ICS Environment to Production ICS Environment, in preparation for a project go-live. Usually the Connection endpoints used by the integrations will be different on Test and Production Environments.

    The main steps involved in code promotion for this typical use-case are as follows

    • Export an integration from Test ICS
    • Import the integration archive on Prod ICS
    • Update Connection details and activate the integration on Prod ICS Environment
    Export an integration from Test ICS

    Login to Test ICS
    Search and locate the integration on Test ICS
    Select ‘Export’ and save the integration archive to the file system. Read the complete article here.

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    The October edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

    · Oracle OpenWorld 2016 summery

    · PaaS Summer Camps training material & cloud accounts

    · SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts October 25th 2016

    For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. For the latest SOA & BPM Partner Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (Community membership required)

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    Web-based content in Oracle E-Business Suite 12 runs on the Oracle Application Framework (OAF or "OA Framework") user interface libraries and infrastructure.  Since the release of Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 in 2013, we have released several cumulative updates to Oracle Application Framework to fix performance, security, and stability issues. 

    These updates are provided in cumulative Release Update Packs, and cumulative Bundle Patches that can be applied on top of the Release Update Pack. "Cumulative" means that the latest RUP or Bundle Patch contains everything released earlier.

    The latest OAF update for EBS 12.2.x is now available:

    Where is the documentation for this update?

    Instructions for installing this OAF Release Update Pack are here:

    Who should apply this patch?

    All EBS 12.2.6 users should apply this patch.  Future OAF patches for EBS 12.2.6 will require this patch as a prerequisite. 

    I'm on an earlier EBS release.  Can I apply this patch?

    Yes. This patch can be applied to all EBS 12.2.3 to 12.2.5 environments that have AD/TXK Delta 8 and ATG Delta 6 installed.

    What's new in this update?

    This bundle patch is cumulative: it includes all fixes released in previous EBS 12.2.x OAF bundle patches.

    This latest bundle patch includes fixes for the following critical issues along with security :

    • Table scroll navigation issue when navigating to previous records
    • Javadoc for Layered Layout component
    • Reset icon in Personalization workbench not loading few times
    • UI distortion on the page after adding records in table in the last range
    • Worklist Font issue in Tree mode on Homepage
    • KFF combinations update event  was not getting processed for KFF inside table
    • Profile option name for profile FND_SHOW_INSTANCE_NAME changed to FND: Show Instance Name

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